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Thank You for your Interest in the Stigma-Free Society’s Virtual School Program and Student Mental Health Toolkit
The Virtual version of our program offers access to professionally-made documentary videos, a complete educator’s guide, dedicated lesson plans and the option to virtually host a Stigma-Free Q&A Presenter at your school. Presenters discuss their own story briefly and conduct a Q&A with students.
Our presenters interact with students for up to 30 minutes via ZOOM or Microsoft Teams.
The Virtual Stigma-Free Q&A Session Presentations are by donation to the Stigma-Free Society, a registered Canadian Charity.
Educator Guides for the Virtual Stigma-Free School Program
PROGRAM REGISTRATION INFORMATION
In past years, schools and/or districts have made a donation to the Society for receiving a presentation at their school.
We now offer Virtual Stigma-Free Q&A Session Presentations with access to our documentary series as part of the new Virtual Stigma-Free School Program. We highly recommend that students view the Student Mental Health Toolkit documentaries before engaging in a Virtual Q&A session with a Presenter.
Stigma-Free Documentary Videos
When a school makes a donation to the Stigma-Free Society to host a Virtual Presenter, they then receive FULL access to all of our exclusive mental wellness resources in our Student Mental Health Toolkit.
When you donate to the Stigma-Free Society for Virtual Stigma-Free School Presentations, you will receive FULL and EXCLUSIVE membership access to the Student Mental Health Toolkit which includes:
- Mental Wellness Lesson Plans for Grades 4-7 and 8-12 that align with the B.C. school curriculum. These are also cross-curricular and can be used in many course subjects. Lesson Plans are created on an ongoing basis by a Surrey School District Youth Counsellor, Registered Psychologist and trained Educator.
- Section devoted to Diverse-ability and Inclusion with many resources including an engaging comic book, personal experiences from those with diverse-abilities and steps to achieving inclusion at school.
- Countless resources including animated videos and informative comic books about mental health and the importance of reaching out for help.
We understand that not all schools may be able to make a donation, so please contact us by filling out the form below, so we can work together to make the presentation program possible at your school.